Night at the Museum Celebration
An evening to celebrate festival honorees Madeline Anderson and Charles Burnett, Night at the Museum will also showcase films from the Earl W. and Amanda Stafford Center for African American Media Arts’ (CAAMA) collection and induct various works of African American cinema into the CAAMA Canon.
The CAAMA Canon recognizes notable films for their contributions to and understanding of African American history and culture through the moving image. Learn more about our honorees.
This Event includes:
- I Am Somebody (1970)
Directed by Madeline Anderson
Runtime: 30 min
- Post Screening Conversation with Madeline Anderson
- Killer of Sheep (1978)
Directed by Charles Burnett
Runtime: 90 min
- Post Screening Conversation with Charles Burnett
- Screening of four additional films from CAAMA’s Collection in the History Gallery
- After hours access to exhibitions